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    Previous BRC big names like Evans, Åhlin & Cronin havent been replaced and that just makes it look a bit weak now. I dont see anyone giving Edwards much bother again this year.

    However the ITRC really seems to be back with a bang this year.

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    It depends if Cave will do a full season. He's capable to beat Edwards. Bogie and McCormack are fast but not consistent enough.

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    My money for the BRC is on Moffet. He's had enough overseas and forest mileage to add to his Irish tarmac pace and is smart enough to play the long game. Think the others like Bogie and Cave will disappear again after a couple of rounds leaving obviously Matt to challenge. Pity Edwards doesnt have a team mate capable of riding shotgun as he will need other finishers between him and the rest as had it very easy in 2018.

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    Any confirmation that Moffett will do the Full BRC?

    17 BRC1 entries but maybe 4 or 5 are sure to go for a full BRC season..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mousti View Post
    Any confirmation that Moffett will do the Full BRC?

    17 BRC1 entries but maybe 4 or 5 are sure to go for a full BRC season..

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    With the second round being in Ireland, I imagine there are a few entries who will see where they stand after West Cork and decide on future BRC entries thereafter. Hope to see a good Northern Ireland and ROI contingent at Ypres.
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    With Donegal being only one week before Ypres, I wouldn't count too much on Irish participants in Ypres. So best forget about the Irish drivers that combine ITRC and BRC like Moffet

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    Cave only confirmed for the Cambrian, his home rally.

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    Bogie seems to register for BRC also Donnie McDonald but he doesnt seem to be a very fast driver to compete against Edwards..

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    No idea how many intend to do the championship and as many Chileans as English in the top class*, but seeded list for the Cambrian is pretty good:

    https://www.rallies.info/webentry/20...an/entries.php

    Pity no Osian Pryce at home, but otherwise strong.

    *actually, maybe 3Eng:2Chi but I wasn't sure about Laffey (maybe Scottish) and Kakad (maybe Welsh) so took my chances.
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